By Paul Nation
4000 crucial English phrases is a six-book sequence that's designed to target useful high-frequency phrases to reinforce the vocabulary of novices from excessive starting to develop degrees. The sequence offers quite a few phrases that disguise a wide percent of the phrases that may be present in many spoken or written texts. therefore, after learning those aim phrases, newbies might be capable of totally comprehend vocabulary goods once they stumble upon them in written and spoken form.
Each unit provides 20 phrases that are outlined and utilized in pattern sentences. The actions within the books are designed to give the phrases in numerous makes use of in order that newbies can absolutely see how they are often applied. additionally on the finish of every unit there's a tale whch comprises the unit's aim phrases to offer freshmen extra examples of the phrases in use. each one point accurately prepares the learner for the following which gradually demanding situations the learner with extra subtle vocabulary and tales.
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A content man and his dog d. A village that liked John’s dog 2. What is true of the dog? a. b. c. d. He likes none of John’s friends. He shakes his head too much. He bites when it’s not appropriate. He expects people to be calm around him. 3. Why did the issue with the dog bother John? a. b. c. d. People didn’t think of John in a positive way. People avoided going to John’s house. People didn’t want John to represent them. People didn’t like the song that John played. 4. What did John do to stop the dog’s bad habit?
4000 Essential English Words, Volume 1 by Paul Nation